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Meizu MX4 images leaked, good view of back cover

If you think that only the big players are excited for IFA 2014 then you’d be wrong. Some of the ambitious Chinese manufacturers are looking to impress in Berlin as well. Specifically for this article, we take a look at some newly leaked images of what is purportedly the high-end Meizu MX4, the outfit’s new flagship.

Malaysian retailer advertises availability of Samsung Galaxy Mega 2

Though there has been no formal announcement from Samsung regarding this newest phablet, apparently the Galaxy Mega 2 is now available in Malaysia through authorised reseller SenHeng. Unless they jumped the gun in advertising the smartphone’s availability, this indicates that they are the first country to have officially released the newest member of the Galaxy family.

Brazilian retailer comes out with new Moto X+1 listings

The website of Brazilian retailer Livraria Logos is becoming notorious for its Moto X+1 leaks, which – if you’ve been living without Internet for the past few months – is of course the code name for the new Motorola flagship device. The new Moto X listings are back on their website though, giving us at least decent info about the new device.

Samsung teases Galaxy Note 4 handwriting features

September 3 is the day, and we’re pretty sure all of you Samsung Galaxy Note fans have that permanently marked on your calendar already – it’s the day we get to see the new Samsung Galaxy Note 4. But here is a short video coming from the South Korean gadget giant teasing about what most people should like about the new Galaxy Note.

Clear solar panels foreshadow self-charging mobile devices

One of the biggest issues for all Android devices on the market today is run time. People are away from homes and outlets for long periods of time and keeping their devices charged up and running is a big challenge. While some devices allow for swappable batteries, others require external batteries to keep running. One bit of tech that could mean longer run times for devices in the future are solar panels.

Galaxy Note 4 to feature new ‘side touch’ for easier selfies

We’ve all been there – that point where we also want to be in the picture with a group of people, but are left holding the phone to be used for the picture. The solution is always to use the lower megapixel front-facing camera, but alas, it brings you to awkward hand-positioning and camera shutter-pressing conditions. Well, what we can tell you is that if you buy the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 when it finally comes out, this won’t be a problem anymore. And none of that mono-pod, stick holding thing as well.
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